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The Spanish Student - ACT II - SCENE VIII Post by :carlbrown Category :Plays Author :Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Date :June 2011 Read :3137

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The Spanish Student - ACT II - SCENE VIII

ACT II: SCENE VIII

 

SCENE: The Theatre. The orchestra plays the cachucha.
Sound of castanets behind the scenes. The curtain rises, and
discovers PRECIOSA in the attitude of commencing the dance. The
cachucha. Tumult; hisses; cries of "Brava!" and "Afuera!" She
falters and pauses. The music stops. General confusion.
PRECIOSA faints.

 

Content of ACT II: SCENE VIII (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's play/drama: The Spanish Student)

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